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Marshall Crenshaw, Bottle Rockets pairing coming to Lafayette (and other roots rock news)

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The Friends of Bob live music co-op in Lafayette has booked an intriguing musical pairing on January 22, hosting the power-pop of Marshall Crenshaw backed by the alt-country crunch of the Bottle Rockets. The BR's will play their own set before being joined by Crenshaw. The roots-rock show, at the Lafayette Brewing Company, sells tickets at the venue ($14 advance/$17 day of show) or the website has an address if you want to purchase by mail.
show info from Friends of Bob
Bottle Rockets website

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Scott Miller
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Marshall Crenshaw - "Someday, Someway" - 2009

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